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Started by Zoe Robinson, 16:05, 09 January 18
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Quote from: Shaun M. Neary on 11:04, 10 January 18I can understand Elite winning it, but I utterly detest that game. It bores me stupid. I just never saw the appeal of it, roaming around and trading became boring after a few minutes. After so many people raving about it at AA, I finally got my hands on it as part of the Supreme Challenge compilation, and to be honest, I found it as boring as The Sentinel.
Quote from: Phantomz on 21:49, 10 January 18I'm sure " Elite " and the other games were great back then but I didn't want to put silly hours into game, kids went outside to play back then.
Quote from: Zoe Robinson on 22:46, 10 January 18Kids went outside to play? Meh, maybe. I still came home and played Elite and Football Manager/Director a hell of a lot, though! Kids are time-rich, they can afford to sink hours upon hours into games and also run about like a loon!
Quote from: Zoe Robinson on 00:37, 10 January 18I chose Crash because of two things: Firstly, I never knew anyone during the 8-bit days that preferred Your Sinclair over Crash. Second, games often displayed the "A Crash Smash" logo on their covers but I saw very few that displayed anything about Your Sinclair. It always seemed to be the preferred magazine, so that's why I chose it.
Quote from: chinnyhill10 on 01:17, 11 January 18The Crash logo stands out more. YS logo can often be seen.Crash somewhat diminished over time with YS overtaking it in terms of sales and generally being trusted around the time Future acquired it. Certainly in their final few years both Crash and Zzap were much diminished as Newsfield's powers wained and the power balance shifted away from Ludlow towards Bath.
Quote from: Zoe Robinson on 10:13, 11 January 18I love Wonder Boy, I will have to review it at some point. Lovely game, that one.
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